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Disney Cruise Line Has Canceled the Remainder of Its Alaskan Sailings Through Mid-September

As of early March, Canadian officials banned ships carrying more than 500 people from docking at Canadian ports until July.

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Now, Canada has announced all cruise ships carrying more than 100 passengers are prohibited from operating in Canadian waters until October 31, 2020.

In light of this decision, Disney Cruise Line as cancelled the following departures from Vancouver which were to take place aboard the Disney Wonder:

  • August 3rd – 7-Night Alaska Cruise
  • August 10th – 7-Night Alaska Cruise
  • August 17th – 7-Night Alaska Cruise
  • August 24th – 7-Night Alaska Cruise (DVC Member Cruise)
  • August 31st – 7-Night Alaska Cruise
  • September 7th – 7-Night Alaska Cruise
  • September 14th – 4-Night Pacific Coast Cruise

©Disney Cruise Line Sailing to Alaska

If you have an upcoming Canadian itinerary scheduled between now and October 31st, 2020, you should contact the Disney Cruise Line to modify your reservation.

Disney Cruise Line has modified its payment schedule for summer 2020 bookings. Learn more details here.

Did you have an Alaskan cruise booked this summer? Let us know if your Disney Cruise Line vacation was impacted in the comments below!

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